Question about Kenwood Car Audio & Video
Well, an inadequate ground source (paint between the ring terminal and the ground metal) or just not a good place on the chasis that is grounded. Or you have the amp wired at a low ohm load. the lower ohm load that you have your amp wired at the hotter and more current it will draw from your vehicle. this basically means you may be overworking your amp... If it's improperly wired from the subs to the amp you will certainly fry your amp. Also another reason your amp can get hot is if the amp is underpowering your subs a lot... this also is incuded in overworking your amp... usually it will cause a lot of headlight dimming and that kind of stuff... Also if you have a lot of voltage drop in the vehicle like down in the 11 volt range when the subs hit it will cause your amplifier to heat up a lot...
Posted on Dec 13, 2009
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